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Welcome to Aachen - welcome to Europe As an EU-Regional Guesthouse, Aachen Youth Hostel is a meeting place for people from all over Europe. The on-site bistro, sun terrace and bright conference rooms are places where young people from different backgrounds can meet to look back on the day over a coffee, work on joint projects or consolidate new friendships. Aachen's unique location in the border triangle of Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium makes the hostel an ideal starting point for trips to Germany and abroad. At the same time, it defines the city in a special way: the lively international flavour of the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion is everywhere. But it's not just the ambience of the city that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to it every year - its historic past does, too. Aachen Cathedral - the church where German kings were crowned and where Charlemagne is buried - is an important witness to the city's eventful past. Today's UNESCO World Heritage Site, the historical town hall and the Elisenbrunnen thermal springs are major attractions of the city. Numerous programmes offering a mix of history and modernity make Aachen Youth Hostel popular accommodation for schools. Families and leisure groups looking for a mix of city, nature and sports will benefit from the hostel's proximity to the Eifel National Park. Seminar and conference guests will also find they're in the right place in Aachen Youth Hostel: whether with or without accommodation, 10 bright and pleasant conference rooms, a separate seminar building and attractive conference packages ensure a memorable and relaxed learning experience. Special features:

  • Wheelchair-accessible rooms with private bathroom
  • Bistro with outside seating
  • Barbecue site
  • Separate seminar building with lift

Contact

Youth Hostel Aachen
EU-Regional Guesthouse

Maria-Theresia-Allee 260
52074 Aachen

phone: +49 241 71101-0
fax: +49 241 71101-20

aachen@jugendherberge.de


Management
Rainer Jansen

Opening hours

The Hostel is open from 6.30 a.m. till 1.00 a.m.
Reception is open from 7.00 a.m. till 1.00 a.m.


Service Center

DJH-Service-Center Rheinland

Düsseldorfer Str. 1a
40545 Düsseldorf


Tel:+49 211 302630-26
Fax:+49 211 302630-27

service@djh-rheinland.de